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Improving Broadband and Mobile Communications
The Brookings Institution
Sept 21, 2009
Darrell West, Brookings vice president and director of Governance Studies will discuss his new study on what consumers in four countries, including the United States, want from mobile communications. Other panelists will participate in a discussion about broadband and mobile communications and offer ideas for improving access in the United States.
After the program, panelists will take audience questions.
Federal Communications Commission
The Washington Post
Skype Technologies S.A.
Darrell M. West
Vice President and Director, Governance Studies
David E. Young
Vice President, Federal Regulatory Affairs
- A Framework for Federal Spectrum Policy and its Effect on Innovation
- Wireless Broadband and Economic Growth
- How Mobile Technology is Reshaping the Global Landscape
- Confronting the Looming Shortage of Wireless Spectrum: A Federal Technology Policy Imperative
- Internet Governance and Regulation: What Should Be Government's Role?
- Mobile Entrepreneurship around the World
- Telehealth and Mobile Communications
- The FCC's Crusade to Keep the Internet Free
- Improving Spectrum Access Through Reverse Auction
- How Social Networking Can Re-Invigorate American Democracy and Civic Participation
- The Future of the News Industry
- Mobile Technology’s Impact on Political Campaigns in the U.S. and Around the World
- Building a Long-Term National Strategy on Growth through Innovation
- Internet Everywhere: Broadband as a Catalyst for the Digital Economy
- Open, transparent government efforts merit more progress needed